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The Youth Learning Commons created an interactive and educational space for youthful learners visiting the Shakespeare-Made in Canada exhibit. This gallery took a cross-curricular approach, with the intent on providing educational activities for students of many interests and academic levels. Included in this gallery were scientific experiments on art authentication, as well as objects situating scientific discovery in Shakespeare’s day in relation to anamorphic art. Students were invited to examine adaptations created by their peers, as well as having the opportunity to try on costumes, recite monologues, or play the Shakespeare based video literacy game ‘Speare designed by the CASP team specifically for the Exhibit.

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